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than putin and his accusation it was the russians was doing it we've also been spun a story that people who saw the bridge safe well how can they be safe if a lady just died because they found this file of the liquid they say they've launched a murder investigation i would have said it should be manslaughter and the people they should be looking at are spies and the police think the whole thing has been a complete fiasco i hope this just proves paul it gets better soon but it it kind of poses more questions than it gives answers now that they found the source. well valve discovery of the nerve agent in the russian indictment case came donald trump is on his working visit to the u.k. earlier in the us president was having tea with the queen at windsor castle before that doll trump met with the british prime minister trees and made for talks the leaders putting
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a united front when they met the media the spelling rumors that the country special relationship was on their threat. give our relationship terms of grade the highest level of special yesterday had breakfast lunch and dinner with her through something very special discussion here there was something something very special this incredible woman right here she's a very smart very tough very capable person the broadest deepest and security cooperation special relationship i think prime minister made for her partnership a lot of respect for the prime minister russian relationship tradition of friendship collaboration and i think she's a terrific woman i think she's doing a terrific job. of the two or pains to point to the agreed on security. that among them despite earlier newspaper reports that donald trump was not happy with the premier's plan saying they risk leaving britain behind in any
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trade deal called the interview. try to rally round on the pressure treason may praising her leadership saying he'd rather have her as a friend and enemy he also rail down for what he called horrible her trade deal threatened with against feeling a raft of questions treason may reaffirm the extent to which she plans to disentangle britain from the european union and. bode well for a future u.s. . trump largely agreed but what commit saying whatever mrs may plans is fine by him but could affect any deal with the. other countries with trump on to the next leg of his trip the protests against his visit have been swelling in london organizers have estimated a quarter of a million people turned out to see a church in reports not from the british capital. really that i should just walk the protesters out for the protests that have been. here
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we are you interested i'll. there squarely we can see behind me the square is absolutely packed with tens of thousands of people that have been marching to get to this point for the last couple of hours and it has to be said that the numbers of people who turned out while we saw donald trump and theresa may try to show a unified front they've talked about their special relationship we've seen people here talk about how the only special relationship trump seems to have is with him. going to france and that coming out onto the streets in such numbers is fake news so all of these people are trying to make it be understood that the u.s. president is not welcome here and again this is just one of many activities that have been taking thank you. thank you thank you
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yes. i can barely hear myself think but it's been like this for the last couple of hours really the mood here is very persistent in terms of showing the president he's no welcome to the u.k. and this is something that's been thank you. leading up to it and forced out as it is he arrived yesterday we saw a protest outside the u.s. ambassador's residence in london where donald trump discrediting one likes. to see us dance with this massive giant balloon depicting donald trump wearing a nappy was flown over just outside parliament also here in central london so obviously the mood here seems to speak for itself in many ways with so many people finding the time and the urgency to come out to say that they just don't want donald trump cause those protests were on going on the two leaders themselves got
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done to business their spoils as were having a much more leisure time america's first lady malani a trump joined the prime minister. husband philip for a game of bowls while members of the press were advised to wear a flat shoes. mr green this is trump was seen walking around the greens or something. even though trump may have been keen to put on a show of unity there are number of issues putting a strain on high scoring through the moroccans the america and the u.k. have a special thing going special relationship they called it language culture values defense then came trump but surely he can't ruin it right the special relationship between the u.k. and the u.s. has been strong for many years will have opportunity to talk about a possible future trading relationship really remember barack obama when he came
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around they couldn't get enough of him everyone wanted to shake his hand and get a picture what a swell guy. trump just doesn't have the charm it seems where barber was greeted with cheers and applause trump gets protests and outrage even a giant trump baby balloon and americans being told to avoid drawing attention to themselves be aware of your surroundings and exercise caution and expect to live in the vicinity of large gatherings keep a low profile. one would imagine a special relationship would be
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a little friendlier but what do we know who to say hip in this explosive and politically divided age of ours but why they hate ok trump did slap britain and europe with painful tariffs and steal an island minium and mrs me certainly wasn't happy about it expressed deep disappointment at the unjustified decision of the united states to apply terrorists to steal and i'm moving in. it cannot be done by taking unilateral action against our partners then there was the whole iran mess so much effort years of work to get iran to verifiably stop pursuing nuclear weapons and then trump torpedoes it but come on you couldn't have been alone britain's always been there for the states donald trump. undermined progress towards normalization of relationships with iran i have
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been very clear in a number of conversations with the president of the united states about the belief that the united kingdom the j.c.t. away the nuclear deal with iran should stay then there's the. maze of government and strategy are in shambles she needs friends the back here and who better than the us the people voted. to break it up so i would imagine that's what they'll do but maybe they're taking a little bit of a different route so i don't know that's what they voted for well that wasn't very helpful though trump did offer the u.k. a tariff free trade deal if it really did as the e.u. but goodness me there's very little that special in this relationship aside from how fast it's losing its specialness and on top of that trump being trump just had to rub salt in the wound i'm going to
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a few hot spots we have nato that we have the u.k. and then we have putin. and i said putin may be the easiest of the more you never know but i'm going to a pretty hot spot right now with the lot of reza lot of resignations i'm on that's just not saying it's easier to talk to putin then to your allies but they you go how's that for friends it's like the phrase goes with friends like these who needs enemies. now as tis a patient bill the head of the twenty eighteen world cup final this sunday here in russia pundits peter schmeichel along with artie's neil harvey have been speaking to the head of european football's governing body to get his thoughts on russia twenty eighty. a lot of fans were around the world to change their opinions of the
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country just because of the power of football the power of the world cup you have first of all i would like to congratulate feet below sea russian football union and the russian federation i knew the world cup would be organized well but i'm still positively surprised and for me. it's maybe it's a joke but not completely one of the biggest achievement is that even custom in police started to smile but they don't smile anywhere in the world and they say welcome to russia so. i mean pressed and i mean press by the level of. of peacefulness i don't see any aggression i don't see any any extreme fans. walking around the distance is quite big and some of the people who are support were a bit concerned about it before and the world cup started but it proved to be making
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manageable so it suits and nice things for a good thing for us to know you'll be heading off and stand to watch belgium england the fourth play clef we've been talking about really the significance of this match it's what it's like kane is that the most important thing that i made today saying this is for if you look at the sporting it is not really it's not really a mark you've been knocked out of a semifinal you want to do really as a place to go home but i have a suggestion because i know that's a debate with. a new way for if there is any kind of element in there like we have in this game between. and it's look cain they want to win the gold i think and for this world cup it should be banned in the ritz where one v one ten minutes each side and wherever scores the most go in the game when the golden boot and then everybody would but what do you think of that i think it's a fantastic idea but it should be us first of all that we find.
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the russian president's spokesperson said there is hope that washington and moscow can repair damage relations says donald trump on blood a mere putin prepare for a summit on monday artie's go has spoken to dmitri peskov about the likely talking points when the two the two should go face face to. we knew that mr pascal wouldn't really spill the beans just before the big head to head advantage however we did hear a few things from him lately the media and the west as well as some politicians have really been distressed or even agitated about the summit coming up in the capital of finland feeling that one of the two leaders may use some sort of leverage in a bargaining game while the spokesperson of mr putin says that kremlin isn't looking into any kind of bargaining options i also asked about some specific
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potential bargaining chips that. go right up to western journalists are going on about some possible big bargaining game that could unravel in helsinki should we be watching out for anything like that or does moscow have any bargaining chips for the americans to go out so some accounts when you used the word bargain is absolutely inappropriate instead positions will be compared and there will be clarification as to confirm or disability fears you know that all relations are in a quite new states and you know that russia was on the one who initiated the routing of the complex of our relationship we hope there is a political will to normalize relations. for him. and again in the american media or the russian my u.s. authorities have nothing to do with reality. it's a full history of it. no they have nothing to do with it it's out of the question.
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that it was a hoarder. but you know when asked why are you so stubborn when it comes to even the slightest possibility of discussing crimea even though some believe it's donald trump who might be ready to start discussing the matter from a different perspective like other western politicians maybe it's worth having you go with him in this names but the most go at it not as much as look there's only. way to discuss this and continually saying until russia gives crimea back there will be no this sort of repeating this is like some kind of mantra which is absolutely logical but it's a road to nowhere it has no perspective and nothing will come of it come with more . yes what they missed the drums they want to stop this is there any hope that it will and that the notion that. you know we are no and never have been wearing rose tinted glasses on usenet is that we can count on that i mean pascal hasn't ruled out that the issue of the north stream to buy blind for direct natural gas
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deliveries from russia to the you will be brought up in a healthy weight lee mr trump has seemed to be just a step away from even pulling berlin for working together with russia here is the reaction we heard from mr putin's press secretary to that you would use of. let's not forget that north stream too is an international project it's not even russian german or german russian and it's a multinational enterprise which has many shareholders among them very big companies from various countries and let's put it like this threatening the shareholders as well as threatening russia and germany with sanctions if this project goes further these threats are a big concern you get a minute speaking of the enormous amounts of work in terms of perhaps by both administrations the press secretary admitted that the agenda is far from being formed here's mr pascal with more on that very process. there's no clear agenda
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existing because it will be created by heads of states as they go. we will be showing the full version of that exclusive interview with the press secretary of the russian president on monday just several hours before donald trump and a lot of me and helsinki. they helped propel humankind's dream of space exploration to new heights but the iconic launch towers at cape canaveral in the u.s. have come down to earth with a bump. over a span of more than fifty years the towers in florida and some of the losses most important missions to the moon and others but the historic complex is now being
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demolished for the last seven years the towers had been out of service on the cost to remove them is felt to be around two million dollars they'll make way for a news space exploration project aims to establish a lunar colony by twenty twenty two. how will we travel in the future our choose with paul does flying at the speed of sound an actual possibility well sophie shevardnadze guessed right ahead certainly believe so.
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like a bull in a china shop donald trump style and negotiation skills were on full display at this year's annual nato gathering he was not shy about how he feels about the alliance now the trump putin summit is front and center be a mere photo op or something more. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education is being supplanted by the right to. education low its high education is becoming just another product that can be bullish and sold but it's not just about education anymore it's also about running a business and what you good. luck with these souls. really couldn't be. more is the place of students in this business model before college i was born now i'm an extremely bored high education the new global economic wall.
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sophie and co and so be shevardnadze chips with pots flying through them at the speed of sound hyperloop promising to change the world but how close is the project to reality well i ask more and see hyperloop transportation technology. first it was the railroad then the airplane and now we're on the verge. of another transportation breakthrough the hybrid is promising to make the planet shrink whizzing passengers to vacuum tubes and have to speed of sound but without any actual lines launched yet are these just outlandish dreams of tech tycoon is the project feasible in the real world and when will receive working with our own eyes
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. can't it's really great having our program welcome thank you for having us so i know there's been some progress in implementing hyperloop in russia where you're at right now. so we opened up our in the center in through some friends and we just announced the first commercial line in the emirates in abu dhabi we're going to be starting with the first ten kilometers and. then later on hopefully connecting to a larger network in russia we have been. we had several discussions and you know so far there's nothing really i can comment on. you know a goal is of course to the russian to become russian. i think this amazing skill sets in russia we're looking into eventually doing some of the development here we already have several partner team members that are from russia so. so last year
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when you were at the same far you've said that there are live chinese investors and this project may even be part of the silk road. i think that's a silk road is. the perfect application if you want so. you know using a new technology like the hyperloop allows you to move freights within hours to europe rather than weeks plus you know those containers that we're moving on the ocean there i mean those ships are actually not that great for them but are there but is it just like a great idea are you actually implementing it as we speak i think no i mean it's still you know that the whole project of the state road i think is still a little further out. so we are in discussions we are in the good part of the i think part of the vision you know but. you have to understand that we have been working on our technology now for the last five years we are ready to get into the commercial sector now but it's still going to take
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a couple of years to ask you questions about that as well but like you told me you live in an airplane so i figure like you're traveling the world to to offer this project to different countries which country would you say right now is the most eager to take on that well you know we say we're starting the first commercial project in the emirates so definitely the middle east is is one of the areas we have. we have projects in india and indonesia and south korea we're working with the governments they created a consortium so we licensing all technology and we're co-develop ing with those consulting members. in europe we have quite some interests. in france who are establishing or in the center in brazil we just opened up our worry about innovation center and so square. but in general i would say that it's asia in india indonesia the middle east. all the countries that definitely you know they need to move now they have they have problems and these problems need to be solved and we
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have a solution so from what i understand there is hyperloop one hyper of transportation technologies other companies and they're all working on the same thing and they're all competitors is this right so we were the first company that started working on the hyperloop and we realized really early on that it really needed to become a movements rather than. you know just a single company trying to do something in one country and that's what it is today there are several companies there universities everybody is working on the hyper though. that's really i want to say two main companies which are the one in us. the other is on. or mostly working on specific applications it seems. i would say that we are probably the ones that are more integrating more looking into the whole operation from passenger to freights to last mile integration but that's also part
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of almost all that we work with partners a reward was companies and people that have the knowledge and they bring those knowledge to our companies and so that's another thing that i like so strange to me because it's a very open source company are a concept like aren't you afraid that everyone who wants to just in a snatch stage a commercial know how the technical know how when then so it's not open source it's . i mean it's an idea and of course everybody can start working on an idea right everybody can try to develop a self-serving car or everybody it's that's that's pretty normal our technology is not open source we have technology that we develop technology that we license. the way we work is a completely new way and it's a covered case study and also howard started to teach a model last year it's it's based on corroboration instant we don't try to reinvent things we find some best technologies around the world we're bringing them together and basically we stand on the shoulder of giants in order to make this product
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happen so when you sat for a loop you're obviously thinking of him and massive because he's the one who introduced a concept in twenty thirteen it was something i know that he's backed off from it right now well like for you because you're bringing this idea to a lack you're actually dedicating your life to it does it annoy you that it's associated with elon musk or is it actually a book starboard and that it is says it with his name so. it almost was a person that in two thousand and thirteen basically pointed the finger. and say that we really should be doing something better than what we're doing right now. hyper was not a new idea it has been around for quite. sometime a julie already a couple of hundred years ago we were trying to travel so we all are very fascinated with the idea because we grew up with it right if you watched futurama or the jetsons they are traveling inside tubes it's pretty normal disney have fun
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concepts like that there were several in implementations that were planned in the ninety's in the sixty's. so. when iran proposed this idea and he said he was too busy with tests on space x. he wanted someone else to pick it up we reached out we asked for permission we were the first company out there and you know we were alone for almost two years so. it's great that there are more people there it's great that you know unless because they're pushing the idea and supporting the community it's a beginning it's definitely helped create awareness. however we always try to make understand that it's not one single person it doesn't it's not and you know on most right it's a lot of people it's not me i'm the c.e.o. but. it's it's really all the partners that are coming together all the people that are making this movement but it's not it's more than just a company and some movement several companies so you have sat that hyperloop could
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actually be free or passengers off peak hours flying your own who we knew what right mind would like things something like that now people are willing to pay so much money to go on a plane to actually save time because you know it's fast why would you ever want to make it free when you so much money out of it first of all i think that most transportation is going to be free. and we're actively working on that and the reason there is nobody the time for me you mean i'm never on the be hyperlinked for local transports. maybe even trains or partially at least and it doesn't mean that we're out of our minds because we want to give sings out for free it just means that we believe that there is a better way of making money if you think about it as a moment of time that you spend inside your car inside a plane inside a train and in the future inside the hyperloop and nobody tries to make money
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entertaining your rights how do you monetize the time if you think about transportation as a marketing. no you know we use that time better and. everything starts to change we spend billions of dollars to get people to places so they can spend their money there. in transportation we are already there and we are using that time well i was just on an airplane for my hours and it was last time there was nothing in those nine hours a transatlantic flight out like my favorite past time because no one can get to me it's only a time i always have to myself that's priceless yes but it could be also nice of them it is right so what you think is that the way that i believe this first of all so we find a way that to make more money the more the passenger rights and it ticket becomes negative right you want people to spend more time to travel more often to you know
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to be there. than you would use a ticket rather in peak times maybe to regulate demands but not really to think it would be nothing or very low but that whatever services are offered on board you couldn't refuse them because they're so wonderful so you going to be spending money on them is that what you're saying no of course you can refuse and there's always ways of. i mean basically going into mcdonald's anything even if you don't want to buy anything you still buy because it's also the right once you're there you buy something for us but i believe i believe that there is plenty of ways on how you really can monetize the times a passenger spends so some of them might opt for certain services others me maybe just want to rest or you know use use you said advice is a better to have access to entertainment it's it's going away from classes so it's not having economy business and first class anymore and moving over to a use case driven transport so what you want to do what do you feel like in the
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time you want to spend time with your family do you want to do you want to date. you know as that. work meeting if you want to relax it's also more of the directions a little bit later say i want to go on a date while i'm traveling am i going to have like a separate cabin for a day or how it's going to look i mean i'm sure you have like a visual aesthetic perception of it as well so the way that we do this is actually by using an ecosystem so we work with companies we work with. startup founders if you want to a new age here's your innovators to come up with. the whole ecosystem the marketplace so you know of course i can give you some of the years but at the end you know you can always only have so little and i just really wonder yeah that's a little bit different from i don't know like this amazing first class.


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